Every month the Food Bank sends a newsletter right to your inbox jam packed with a letter from Lisa, articles about what we do, event updates and more! Read the most recent newsletter headlines below:

Letter From LisaLisa RepackOctober is such a beautiful month – one of my favorite times of the year! Here at the Food Bank, October means many things and chief among them is Fall FoodShare. This annual event is the biggest food drive of the year for us and is critical to our efforts to provide food to neighbors who are experiencing hunger, especially as winter approaches. Read more »
A Make a Phone Call, Make a DifferenceAdvocacyIn August, Feeding America, the national network of food banks, published Hunger in America 2014, a comprehensive study of hunger in the U.S. The study provided detailed information about food insecurity in southwestern Pennsylvania and the challenges faced by the Food Bank as we strive to address the need in our service area.   Read more »
Food Bank Partners with Animal Rescue LeagueARL Wildlife CenterLions and tigers and bears? Well, probably not, but plenty of raccoons, foxes, rabbits, birds, owls and squirrels are among the Food Bank’s newest “clients” as an exceptional community partnership gets up and running. This community partner may well be the Food Bank’s most unusual one: the Animal Rescue League’s (ARL) Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Verona.  Read more »
The Food Bank Has a Brand New Website!New Website Screen ShotDrum roll, please……as the Food Bank unveils our beautiful new website! Bright, colorful and easy to navigate, the new, redesigned website made its debut on September 25 and we could not be more pleased with it. Website designers Brad and Melissa Frost spent a year collaborating with a team of Food Bank staffers to produce a site that would perfectly reflect the organization’s mission and culture while enabling visitors to easily locate the information they are seeking – all at no cost to the Food Bank! Read more »
At Friendship Village, Faithful Friends Support the Food BankFriendship VillageThe residents of Friendship Village in Upper St. Clair live in a most appropriately named setting, for they truly understand the meaning of friendship. For the past six years, they have been great friends to the Food Bank, offering the golden gifts of loyalty, reliability and generosity.  Read more »
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